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Wireless functionality Im not getting a wireless audio signal to headphones. All obvious stuff checked. Headphones good, volume up, etc. What I don't see is a way to actually "turn on" the wireless system. The manual skims over Digital output and analog output, but I don't see that option in any of the screens I pull up. I feel like it's something "simple, stupid", but I just can't seem to get it.Any help???

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Re: Wireless functionality

I noticed my Rosen player had an antennae wire for the headphones on the top of the player. You could check to make sure the antennae wire is connected.

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